Analatsara – the fine forest in Malagasy – is an interlude suspended in time. Analatsara is a dream I managed to create and like to share with other dreamers. It’s built entirely in respect of the local architecture but with a European comfort. Jean-Pierre

Analatsara is an ensemble of six guest houses of which we voluntarily have limited the accommodation capacity in order to better preserve the friendliness of the premises.

« There all is order and beauty, luxury, peace, and pleasure. »

— Charles Beaudelaire

Jean Pierre, known as Le Baron, and his wife Nadia propose a guesthouse formula of the most convivial quality.

Here one walks only barefoot on the white sand of beaches in front of a dream lagoon. Like images coming from the imagination of a crazy painter tirelessly mixing colors in a variation of blue

A rock nestled in the lagoon forms a natural pool for the enjoyment of children and the tranquility of parents… Not to mention our famous swing to embellish your photo memories.

At the back of the hotel at the beginning, we had created a school of sculpture but which will soon be a place of cultural exchanges with great artists of this world who will come to create-share-exhibit.

For those who love the arts-beautiful objects-materials-shapes-colors, we offer a gallery, which represents a great boon for its visitors. A great opportunity to bring back superb exclusive pieces of local craftsmanship made in Analatsara!

Folklore evenings with traditional songs and dances sometimes add more daily entertainment.

For your comfort we offer :

  • hot water and electricity 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, thanks to a solar installation
  • a motor boat for your transfers, fishing trips, snorkeling)
  • a massage place
  • sea safaris / picnics (ex: ilot aux sables), walking tours and discovery of the island (ex: Blévec lighthouse)
  • the possibility of your payment by credit card (visa card).


L’île aux Nattes: 3 kilometers from north to south – 2.5 km from east to west. A former promise land for pirates of the Indian Ocean. In the 18th century the island became a shelter for adventurers and dreamers looking for a new life…

The island of mats is made of coral massif, Nosy Nato – vue arienne

Here, even today, we live in autonomy while respecting our environment. Everything is nothing but luxury of nature, calm and pleasure to be.

This turquoise water that gives you a view worthy of ‘postcards’

The coral reef where the waves break tenderly in a smile is a precious setting, like a mother-of-pearl shell that surrounds the island and protects it. Only turtles and sometimes dolphins can penetrate it. As for the fabulous whales -visible between June and September- play along and their babies are never far away; their leaps unite the earth to the sky in a sheaf of stars.